Rubbing salts to the bruises, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba had come up with a bizarre comment “I’ve been told, I am not.” The French World Cup winner played full 90 minutes in the draw against Valencia. When press queried about his comment after the match he commented the above words.
Pogba is known for his quirky comments in media is having a rocky relationship with manager Jose Mourinho. The two believed to fallen out after a confrontation in the training ground. Pogba is also stripped from his vice-captaincy by Mourinho. Many sources are suggesting that either Mourinho or Pogba will be shown the exit door following United’s poor form. There are several interesting parties to get the services of Pogba. Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are front-runners for Pogba. But both teams will be little hesitant as United may ask 200 million Euros to let Pogba move away from Old Trafford.
Pogba may have fallen out with his manager but Fellaini insists that United players are still behind their manager. United players were involved in a pre-match huddle before kick off against Valencia. Answering to a query Fellaini said that “Everyone is going in the same direction to try and to do better. We wanted to show that we are together.” “I think everyone is behind the manager, It was a bad day against West Ham, we have to be better against Newcastle” added the Fellaini.
Fellaini also insisted that Lukkaku lacks the confidence to score goals. The Belgium midfielder insists that his striker needs goals to gain back his confidence. “It always like that for strikers, they confidence to score goals. At the moment he doesn’t but I hope he can score goals on Saturday and gain back his confidence” added Fellaini.
Manchester United is lingering in 10th place with just one win in Premier League. With already out of Carabao cup, Manchester United is on the verge of a trophyless season a position the fans of “Red Devils” are not accustomed too.